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I Love FailBlog

I think I must have a terrible sense of humour, although it seems I am not alone – because day in-day out I find myself back in one place above all others just waiting for the next instalment of the things I love so much… FAILS!!

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You have almost certainly seen a few around but just in case you haven’t yet had the pleasure of witnessing classic failures, from emergency exits marked ‘beware, poisonous snakes’ to Obama throwing snowballs at cats – GO GET SOME LOL’s right here…

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Lower Feast SideFreeNYC Event FlyerDate: Sunday, July 22ndTime: 10:00am – 5:00pmLocation: Broome Street Between Allen and Orchards StreetCost: Free”Reminiscent of the early New York City era that the Lower East Side is famous for; with the aroma of various mouth-watering cuisines and push carts full of clothing, accessories and textiles… The Lower Feast Side LES a la ‘Cart’ fair will transform Broome Street between Allen and Orchard into a collection of cuisine, commerce and culture for all New Yorkers and visitors to enjoy!”Posted by Lindsay at 10:00 AM | View This Article | Email to a friendThe Brazilian Girls At Summerstage!FreeNYC Event FlyerDate: Sunday, July 21stTime: 3:00pm – 7:00pmLocation: Summerstage (directions)Cost: FreeSo many great summer concerts, and so little time! It really is impossible to make it to all of them, and I am sad to say I am going to miss one of FreeNYC’s favorites, The Brazilian Girls at Summerstage today. The “globe-trotting vibe of their music [is] a playful mix of electronica, bossa nova, vintage French pop and rock. Their sophomore set, Talk To La Bomb, was released last year, and Spin magazine called it ‘multicultural, cosmopolitan, intellectual dance music: Ibiza meets punk, dub goes tango, trance gets smart.'” Joining them will be another crowd pleaser, Cat Power, as well as the “spontaneous, organic and ephemeral” marching band, Himalayas.Posted by Lindsay at 3:00 PM | View This Article | Email to a friend

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